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  • Disk2vhd - Festplatten in Virtual Hard Disks (VHD) exportieren

    Kostenloses Tool von Microsoft

    Mit dem kostenlosen Tool Disk2vhd aus den Microsoft Sysinternals können Sie über eine grafische Oberfläche per Mausklick ein Image von physischen Festplatten erstellen. Der Computer kann dabei problemlos weiterlaufen, der Image-Prozess findet im Hintergrund statt. …mehr

  • Das iPhone 5 und seine Rivalen

    Galaxy S3, Lumia 920, HTC One XL

    Das neue iPhone 5 muss sich starker Konkurrenz im hart umkämpften Smartphone-Markt stellen. Ein Überblick über das neue Apple-Gerät und wichtige Rivalen.  …mehr

  • Bei Teradata trifft MapReduce auf SQL

    Big Data 2012 - die besten Projekte

    Wie lassen sich die Vorteile traditioneller SQL-Datenbanken mit den Möglichkeiten moderner Big Data Technologien verbinden? Auf dem Fachkongress Big Data 2012 erhalten Besucher konkrete Antworten auf diese Frage.  …mehr

  • Staatsanwalt ermittelt gegen HP

    Wegen Bestechung

    Zeitungsberichten zufolge weitet die Staatsanwaltschaft Sachsen Bestechungsermittlungen auf das Unternehmen aus.  …mehr

  • Salesforce baut die mobile Cloud aus

    Neue Produkte angekündigt

    Salesforce erweitert seine Cloud-basierenden Unternehmenslösungen um Mobility- und Social-Media-Funktionen. …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2012 - Daniel Wiederhold, conovum Unternehmensberatung

    Vom Entwickler zum SAP-Experten

    Vom 20. September bis 3. Oktober 2012 beantwortet Daniel Wiederhold, Mitbegründer und Partner von conovum, Karrierefragen rund um das Thema "SAP-Beratung - ein lohnender Karrierepfad, auch - oder gerade - für IT-Entwickler?"  …mehr

  • SAP-Wartung läuft teilweise aus

    R/3-Releases 4.7 und 4.6C

    Bis zum 30. September 2012 können Unternehmen Wartungsverträge für Altprodukte kündigen - wenn sie alternative Support-Provider verpflichten oder auf Wartungsdienste verzichten wollen. .  …mehr

  • HP will wieder Smartphones bauen

    Meg Whitman kündigt an

    Konzernchefin Meg Whitman deutet einen Wiedereinstieg ins Smartphone-Geschäft an und wünscht sich schönere PCs von HP. …mehr

  • Neue Fitness-Tracker von Fitbit

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit dem Zip Wireless Activity Tracker und dem One Activity + Sleep Tracker bietet Fitbit zwei neue Tracker für alle Fitness- und Sport-Süchtigen. …mehr

  • HTC stellt Smartphones mit Windows Phone 8 vor

    Zwei mobile Microsoft-Modelle

    HTC hat in New York zwei Windows Phones 8 "by HTC" vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • Die beliebtesten UTM-Appliances

    Top-10-Liste Unified Threat Management

    Die Hauptaufgaben einer UTM-Appliance in einem Unternehmen liegen in der Abwehr von Viren, Phishing-Mails sowie Angriffen von außen und innen. Wir haben die zehn beliebtesten Appliances für Unified Threat Management zusammengestellt.  …mehr

  • Microsoft kündigt Bugfix für Internet Explorer an

    Update kommt am Freitag

    Microsoft will die Sicherheitslücke in seinem Browser Internet Explorer mit einem Software-Update schließen, das am Freitag erscheinen soll. …mehr

  • Wie SAP In-Memory-Technologie gegen Medikamentenfälschungen einsetzt

    Big Data 2012 - die besten Projekte

    Im Rahmen des GORFID-Projekts wird SAP- sowie Sybase-Technologie für einen Prototypen zur Überwachung der Europäischen Pharma-Lieferkette gegen Medikamentenfälschungen eingesetzt. …mehr

  • So verbessern CIOs ihr strategisches Denken

    Fortbildung für IT-Manager

    IT-Chefs müssen Probleme stärker von der Geschäftsseite durchdenken, fordert Thomas Hutzschenreuter. Der Wirtschaftsprofessor an der WHU will CIOs in drei Tagen die richtige Strategie vermitteln. …mehr

  • Toshiba AT300-101 im Test

    Tablet-PC

    Android 4.0, flach, leicht und mit Quad-Core-Prozessor: So bieten Top-Android-Tablets dem iPad 3 Paroli. Nach Asus mit dem Transformer Prime und Acer mit dem Iconia A510 will jetzt Toshiba beim AT300-101 mit dieser Erfolgsformel punkten.  …mehr

  • So schützen Sie Ihr iPad in sechs Schritten

    iPad-Sicherheit

    Ein iPad ist eine teure Anschaffung. Wird es im Unternehmenseinsatz genutzt, dann sollten Sie ganz besonders auf den ausreichenden Schutz für das iPad achten.  …mehr

  • Private Mails im Büro erlaubt - gefährlich

    Das Wichtigste zum Beschäftigtendatenschutz

    Gestattet der Arbeitgeber seinen Mitarbeiter die Nutzung betrieblicher Kommunikationsmittel, muss er einige rechtliche Anforderungen beachten. Details von Dr. Sebastian Kraska und Benjamin Schuetze.  …mehr

  • 10 Erfolgsfaktoren für die Corporate-IT

    Zentral-IT vs. Landes-IT

    Landes-IT und Business zweifeln stark an der Effektivität einer Corporate-IT. Sebastian Paas von KPMG zeigt Praxisbeispiele, wie Corporate-IT erfolgreich sein kann.  …mehr

  • Amazon Web Services und Eucalyptus

    Open-Source-Anbieter droht VMware

    Nach der Partnerschaft mit Amazon konzentriert sich der Open-Source-Spezialist Eucalyptus auf Private und Hybrid Clouds. Der große Gegner heißt VMware.  …mehr

  • Tablets might actually be increasing PC customer satisfaction

    Premium-Inhalt. "The PC is dead."

  • Three surprising ways iOS 6 can boost your productivity

    Premium-Inhalt. With all the hubbub about the iPhone 5, it's easy to lose sight of the fact that there's a new iPhone operating system as well, one that's free and .

  • Sabayon 10 adds a GNOME 2-flavored 'MATE' edition

    Premium-Inhalt. It seems like just yesterday that we saw the release of with its three desktop flavors, but already the project team behind the popular has launched a new version.

  • Microsoft to release IE update for critical vulnerabilities on Friday

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft released a quick fix on Wednesday for a critical problem in its Internet Explorer browser and said a more permanent fix would be released on Friday.

  • HTC's Windows Phone 8X and Phone 8S: Hands-on

    Premium-Inhalt. With today's launch of the and Windows Phone 8S, Microsoft has a worthy pair of flagship devices for the Windows Phone 8 platform. In an era where phone designs feel increasingly commoditized, the new HTC phones showed a design flair that's often been absent from devices that don't start their name with "i."

  • How the HTC 8X stacks up to other Windows 8 phones

    Premium-Inhalt. On Tuesday night, HTC posted a sly tease on its Facebook and Twitter pages--a photo that showed only the corner edge of a device with a banner that read 19.9. All became clear Wednesday morning when that . Along with the HTC 8S, the newly unveiled 8X will make up the company's Windows Phone 8 lineup.

  • Asus RT-AC66U router: The best 802.11ac router on the market, so far

    Premium-Inhalt. Asus currently builds the best consumer-oriented 802.11n router--the , which I used as a reference device to compare new 802.11ac routers against. After testing the company's $200 RT-AC66U, I believe that Asus also markets the best 802.11ac router currently available, too, though the offerings from several other manufacturers come close.

  • Office for Mac updated for Retina displays

    Premium-Inhalt. Mac users who labor away on a machine with a Retina display are about to enjoy some much sharper looking spreadsheets and presentations.

  • Hands on with iOS 6: Music

    Premium-Inhalt. iOS's Music app, much like iTunes on computers, has traditionally been the destination for all audio-related content--here you'd find the music synced from your iTunes library, podcasts, and audiobooks.

  • Macworld Podcast: iOS 6 arrives

    Premium-Inhalt. The other shoe to Apple's iPhone 5 event has dropped. iOS 6 is released today and we've spent a lot of time exploring its features. Our own Dan Moren and Serenity Caldwell join me to discuss the highlights, explain some of the new features, and recommend some of iOS 6's coolest but possibly overlooked features.

  • Shared photo streams comes to iPhoto, Aperture

    Premium-Inhalt. In addition to the many other updates Apple fielded on Wednesday, the company released updates to its two popular photo-editing desktop apps, and , both centered on adding features present in iOS 6.

  • Hands on with updated Find My Friends and Find My iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. As part of Apple's release day onslaught, its two location-based iOS apps have been updated--and what nice updates they are. gets geofencing capabilities, allowing users to get notifications when a contact has entered or left a location, and friend suggestions; gains a new Lost Mode for finding missing devices more easily and Forever Login, which keeps you logged into Find My iPhone if your iCloud account is associated with your device.

  • HP honcho Bradley: Post-PC world claim "just wrong"

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard's Todd Bradley might have missed his calling as a politician. Bradley, executive vice president of HP's printing and personal systems group, clearly lives and breathes his company's products, and it shows in his answers to my questions during a recent phone and email Q&A.

  • Hands on with iOS 6: Social and sharing

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook integration comes to iOS 6, and it looks an awful lot like Twitter integration did starting in iOS 5. Anywhere iOS used to let you send a tweet, you can now post to Facebook as well. Also new to iOS 6 is the way it looks when you share photos, links, and other data; that process scores a dramatic makeover.

  • iOS 6 Maps is great, and it's not

    Premium-Inhalt. In , Macworld senior editor Dan Moren praised its new Maps functionality. But there's been something of an online uproar from a vocal and unhappy percentage of iOS 6 early adopters who find themselves deeply disappointed by Apple's take on the newly Google-free Maps app.

  • Fix Passbook's App Store error in iOS 6

    Premium-Inhalt. might be the one new feature in iOS 6 that I'm most excited about--it's one step closer to . But I wasn't able to access Passbook's collection of compatible App Store apps, which was a bit frustrating.

  • Hands on with iOS 6: Settings

    Premium-Inhalt. Many changes in iOS 6 are squirreled away in the Settings app--if, like most users, you don't delve into Settings, you'll miss some great new features. Here's a look at the changes to this important-but-overlooked app, organized in the order the sections appear on the Settings screen. (Though the screenshots here show an iPhone, I describe changes for all iOS devices.)

  • Google, Apple face patent suit over early wireless data technology

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple and Google have both been sued for patent infringement by Unwired Planet, a company that holds many early patents for mobile and cloud computing.

  • iOS App Review: Your kids will love Toca Band, but you might not

    Premium-Inhalt. makes . They're not games so much as toys--digital toys that exist only on the iPad or iPhone's screens--but real toys nonetheless. In fact, Toca Boca is the only company that really makes me question whether the limits I set on my kids' iOS screen time are fair; these apps rely on active play.

  • Hands on with iOS 6: Safari

    Premium-Inhalt. Safari for iOS was already perhaps the best mobile browser on the market. But in iOS 6, Apple has added a few features that provide much-requested functionality, as well as some minor tweaks that improve performance.

  • Australia kicks off launch of Apple's iPhone 5

    Premium-Inhalt. The global launch of Apple's iPhone 5 began early Friday morning in Australia when stores in the country opened their doors at 8 a.m. The phone has attracted massive attention from consumers, and some analysts expect it to be Apple's biggest phone launch ever.

  • Republican STEM visa bill fails

    Premium-Inhalt. A Republican-led effort to issue up to 55,000 STEM visas a year to students who earn advanced degrees at U.S. universities was defeated Thursday in a House vote.

  • Oracle to announce cloud infrastructure service at OpenWorld, Ellison says

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle will announce a new IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service) offering at the upcoming Oracle OpenWorld conference in San Francisco, CEO Larry Ellison said on Thursday.

  • Senator: Microsoft, HP using gimmicks to dodge US taxes

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard are using "loopholes and gimmicks" to avoid paying millions of dollars in U.S. taxes, the chairman of a U.S. Senate subcommittee said Thursday.

  • iOS 6 gobbled up by 15% of iPhone, iPad users in first 24 hours

    Premium-Inhalt. Some 15% of Apple iPhones and iPads have been upgraded to iOS 6 in the first 24 hours of its availability, according to Chitika Insights, which gets its data from millions of mobile ad impressions it measures on its network.

  • Hands on with iOS 6: Mail

    Premium-Inhalt. Many people use Mail more than any other app on their iPads and iPhones. Which means that improvements to the mobile Mail can dramatically improve your iOS experience. While Mail app didn't get as many major improvements in iOS 6 as it did in and , the changes it did get should help you be more productive.

  • DevOps IT Careers Continue to Grow

    Premium-Inhalt. DevOps isn't going away. In fact, according to Tom Silver, vice president of Dice North America, demand for people with both development and operations experience will increase in the coming years. Recruiting for DevOps can be headache that often results in multiple offers, counteroffers and rising salaries for DevOps experience, according to a .

  • IT Innovation and Education at Risk Without Government Support

    Premium-Inhalt. The health of the IT industry and other technical fields -- and the broader challenge of the United States remaining competitive against emerging foreign powers -- depends to a great extent on the government's ability to facilitate basic research and bolster education, witnesses told a Senate panel on Wednesday.

  • 10 award-winning open source apps to try today

    Premium-Inhalt. The world of open source software offers to just about any expensive commercial package you might care to name, but there's no denying that some of them are better than others.

  • U.S. banks on high alert against cyberattacks

    Premium-Inhalt. The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) has put U.S. banks on high alert against cyberattackers seeking to steal employee network login credentials to conduct extensive wire transfer fraud.

  • Buffalo WZR-D1800H 802.11ac router: A few features light, but decent performance

    Premium-Inhalt. Buffalo was first to market with both an 802.11ac draft 2.0 router and an 802.11ac draft 2.0 media bridge to go with it. But I imagine that more than a few early adopters are gnashing their teeth over the fact that Buffalo has yet to release a firmware update to improve the pair's performance. The firmware available today is unchanged from when the manufacturer originally shipped the product.

  • Cybercriminals shift focus to bank employees

    Premium-Inhalt. The evolution of cybercrime continues. The preferred target in the financial industry is moving from the bank customer to the employee.

  • Apple goes against grain, extends support for Snow Leopard

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple yesterday quietly released a security update for OS X 10.6, aka Snow Leopard, effectively extending support for the three-year-old OS beyond the normal lifecycle.

  • Benioff confirms Salesforce not invited to Oracle Open World

    Premium-Inhalt. Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce.com, confirmed today at the company's annual Dreamforce event in San Francisco that he has not been invited to Oracle Open World, later this month, after the companies came to blows last year.

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